October 3, 2016 Subject:
I have had the incredible privilege to visit Guadalcanal, land on Henderson Field, and fly over Iron Bottom Sound, and the Slot. I cannot find words to describe the incredible bravery of the men who fought there. After seeing this, please do some reading on the subject to better understand it.
February 18, 2011 Subject:
Its worth noting that it took a lot of men women and children working together to supply feed and support our soldiers in conflict- here's to you ! A mighty big heartfelt salute and a prayer for your every need. And to the soldiers who tried, who died, who retreated to fight again , who saw victory, who were treated miserably as captives--to you there is nothing I could ever say but thank you- my wife thanks you and my 6 all- american children thank you with every day that passes. What the schools don't teach about this war I do- my children know well the reason for freedom. Thank you men and women of the Armed forces of the United States of America- You have done well!
January 29, 2011 Subject:
The sound track leaves food for thought as to it's validity, especially when in the Jungle of Guadalcanal, we hear the sound of Australian Kookaburras cackling away. A common error that was often made in the old Tarzan films. Any Aussie knows that Kookaburras are indigenous to Eastern Australia.
January 28, 2011 Subject:
Guadalcanal (Victory at sea).
Season 1, episode 6.
Original air date: 7 December 1952.
Guadalcanal depicts some of the bloodiest WWII battles on Victory at Sea.
Cast: Leonard Graves (Narrator: voice), Ernest J. King (Himself) and Geroge C. Marshall (Hinself).